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Which Camera Do You Own?

Tell us about your camera and how you use it. What’s the one thing you like the most about your camera? Are you using a cameraphone? They are great for shooting when you come across an unexpected spectacular moment. Some of the excellent moments have been captured on cameraphones. Or are you using a DSLR?

If you are still making up your mind to buy one, you can check out the quick buying guide here. Tell us what you’d like to know more about your camera. We are coming up with some great posts for the camera owners so have your say before we start.

We have been covering a lot of basic and technical topics on the photography front in the last one month. We’d like to know you better and collect your suggestions. We want to make sure we know you and your camera so that the information is relevant, is usable and valuable. So what are you waiting for? Come on say something :)

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  • bk chand June 11, 2012, 12:59 pm

    thanks for response. I tried on tripod but never compared Auto Focus Shots with Manual Focus Shots. Will do that and come back soon.
    Thanks again for the response

  • subroto mukerji June 11, 2012, 2:04 pm

    I recently added a Nikkor AFS 50mm 1.8G to my lens family and, using it on my D3100, I was blown away by the sharpness, colour, contrast and smooth tonal gradation — even after the excellent 18-105mm 3.5-5.6). I am beginning to wonder what it’s capable of doing on my D5100, which has even higher image quality than the D3100 (I’m told). Must try that sometime soon. 20″x30″ prints from the 50mm are razor sharp, thanks to flash; it’s sad, but the lens has no VR :-( Lots of reviewers have also bemoaned this lacuna.
    Lack of VR is the only things that’s keeping me from making up my mind about Nikon’s new 85mm f 1.8G…would be grateful for any suggestions (but no Samyang manual 85 1.4, please, I’m running 64 and my hands and eyes aren’t what they used to be !). Thanks for the help.

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